Glamour MTL Portfolio & How-to Guide
100 page book featuring: 2012 Photos, How-to Guides, Interviews with Burlesque Performers: Satan's Angel, Anna Fur Laxis, Mlle Oui Oui Encore, Velma Candyass, Cherry Typhoon, Bon Bon Bombay, MiMi Cherry, Madria Dulce, Kitty Kin-Evil, Yael Perez and more!
de Marisa Parisella, Glamour Mtl & History intro written by Sylvie Rochon
A complete portfolio of Marisa Parisella's work, 2012 Photos, Interviews with Satan's Angel, Anna Fur Laxis, Mlle Oui Oui Encore, Velma Candyass, Cherry Typhoon, Bon Bon Bombay, MiMi Cherry, Madria Dulce, Kitty Kin-Evil, Yael Perez and more!
This book also features complete How-to guides for photo shoot preparation, Pinup posing and a classic retro hair & makeup tutorial.
You'll also find cute anecdotes about the Montreal studio's staff, history & pets as well as a back-story for every single set created by the staff!
*Editor's Note* page 89, Speakeasy Burlesque Performers for the Homage to the 50's should not include Anna Fur Laxis! The correct set list: Scarlet Diamond, Mlle Oui Oui Encore, Cherry Black Diamond, Lavender May, Velma Candyass, Exotic Bloom and Joe Henry - Check out Anna's awesome interview though; pages 70 & 71!
Snapping images since 2001, Marisa studied in graphic design and fell in love with the world of photography. After a friend requested boudoir inspired shots, the world of Burlesque, glitter and pinup intruded on her everyday life and became her life's work. Primarily self taught, Marisa started out with a Holga camera and eventually graduated to Cannon and studio lighting. Working for other photographers allowed Marisa at only 22 to be retouching images for big name companies. Hard work and sacrifice pays off - after years of traveling for work and scraping by, Marisa was able to open a small studio in Montreal to welcome all you hidden starlets to play in her closet and extremely fun sets (which she also designs and builds). Marisa also produces her own amateur burlesque show, Speakeasy Burlesque, held in the speakeasy club in the basement of l'Abreuvoir Bar on the corner of St-Denis/Ontario in Montreal.
Marisa Parisella Publicado 24 de julio de 2013